Presented for sale is a fine example of an early 19th century Staffordshire blue and white serving platter depicting a historical landscape scene. This pattern has been loosely identified as “Temple Parkland” for which we’ve been unable to find much information. The pattern is a prime example of the printing process known as “underglaze tissue printed” which was first used in Great Britain as early as 1750 and later perfected to use on ceramics in the 19th century.
The blue & white coloration is very pleasing with a nice even tone and grand detail. The platter is in excellent age appropriate condition.
Size: 18 5/8” Length by 14” Width.
Early 19th C. Staffordshire Blue & White Transferware Serving Platter